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The Centre for the Vulnerable and Underprivileged, CENTREP, in Delta State on Wednesday, said the “Hate Speech Bill” by members of the National Assembly, which proposes death sentences for offenders is “draconic” Executive Director, Mr.

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The Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approved the submission of Memorandum of Law for additional capital increase for Nigeria at the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD).

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Although the converging of warring factions is normally not a good sign, a recent conference in Juba proved to be a significant exception when government and opposition forces met to discuss a matter that has been ravaging South Sudan for many, many years: the all too common presence of children in military ranks.

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Download logoAn International Monetary Fund (IMF) staff team led by Ricardo Velloso visited Maputo during November 6–12, 2019, to take stock of recent economic developments and update macroeconomic projections. At the end of the mission, Mr.

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The person of interest wanted in connection with the murder of Jesse Hess and her grandfather has been arrested for the rape of another Cape Town teenager.

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While a rand value estimation is yet to be determined following a KwaZulu-Natal tornado, the loss of life has left the eMpolweni community in New Hanover, outside Pietermaritzburg, heartbroken and devastated.

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A Cape Town photographer is unfazed by the defacing of her public exhibition on whiteness, saying it is an 'expression of engagement' in a conversation which the country needs to have.

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The South African National Editors' Forum says it has approached Parliament's Ethics Committee to hold Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe accountable for his bribery claims.

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New United States ambassador to Pretoria, Lana Marks, says her top priority in her new posting will be to increase trade and commerce between the US and South Africa. Born in East London, she also showed off her Afrikaans and isiXhosa linguistic skills when she met the media on Wednesday.

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Two women have been killed in a bus crash on Moloto Road in Bronkhorstspruit, Tshwane, in the early hours the morning.

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Jared Watson, the nephew of late Bosasa boss Gavin Watson, has laid criminal charges against former COO Angelo Agrizzi and CFO Andries van Tonder.

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City of Tshwane municipal workers have once again taken to the streets, blocking and barricading them with municipal vehicles and rubbish from bins.

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The 900 pupils at the Nombulelo Secondary School will see new toilets within the next six months after the Eastern Cape High Court in Makhanda granted an order on Tuesday to repair and replace broken and unsafe ones.

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A man who killed his 15-month-old baby and his wife's grandparents has been sentenced to three life terms in prison, the NPA says..

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Delhi's air pollution hit "emergency" levels, coinciding with a visit by Britain's Prince Charles.

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The government plans to set up a special economic zone on a section of the ranch.

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Kenson Bramwel Odera alias Brian found hiding in his mother's house in Emakale village.

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Officials say some people use such attire to terrorise residents in the guise of police officers.

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Sirisia MP says payment for maize not supplied was pursuant to a court directive.

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Local producers and service providers have yet another opportunity to showcase their goods and services at the upcoming Made in Rwanda Brand Exhibition which is opening next week in Kigali.

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The Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye, has said that perpetrators of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) have changed their techniques, and so should the investigators pursuing them.

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